1. Rothamsted Multidisciplinary Agronomy
  2. Rothamsted Soils and Crop Production Division and publications
  3. An inhibitor in faba bean sap suppressing infection of chenopodium-quinoa by bean yellow mosaic-virus
  4. The decimal code for the growth-stages of cereals, with illustrations
  5. The relationship between the entry of isoproturon into Alopecurus myosuroides and its effect on growth and CO2 fixation
  6. Comparative activity of the enantiomers of triadimenol and paclobutrazol as inhibitors of fungal growth and plant sterol and gibberellin biosynthesis
  7. A hardpan podzol at Yarner Wood, Devon
  8. Saxmundham Experimental Station 1899-1986 A review of the achievements during 1965-1986
  9. Improvement of the seed protein-quality of barley + wheat by genetic-engineering
  10. The use of aphid alarm pheromone ((E)-beta-farnesene) to increase effectiveness of the entomophilic fungus Verticillium lecanii in controlling aphids on chrysanthemums under glass
  11. Colonization of roots by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in relation to the phosphorus and carbon nutrition of the host
  12. Pre-freeze exotherms and mortality in the peach potato aphid Myzus persicae .
  13. Host induced hatching of phytoparasitic nematode eggs.
  14. A novel hatching bioassay for cyst nematodes.
  15. Pinion-spotted Pug (Eupithecia insigniata Hubn.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Suffolk.
  16. Pimpinel Pug (Eupithecia pimpinellata Hubn.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Leicestershire.
  17. Lomographa cararia (Hubn.) (Lep.: Geometridae) on Jersey - a new species to the Channel Islands and the British Isles.
  18. Further records of Thaumetopoea processionea L. (Oak Processionary Moth) (Lep.: Thaumetopoeidae) on Jersey.
  19. Eupithecia virgaureata Doubl. (Lep.: Geometridae), the Goldenrod Pug in Dumfries-shire.
  20. Eupithecia lariciata Freyer (Lep.: Gemetridae), the Larch Pug in Dumfries-shire.
  21. A guide to the separation of Lampropteryx ecliptopera and Electrophaes species. (Lep.: Geometridae).
  22. A further diagnostic feature for the separation of Eilema lurideola Zincken and E. complana L. (Lep.: Arctiidae).
  23. Use of electrophoretic markers to study the spatial and temporal genetic structure of populations of a holocyclic aphid species - Sitobion fragariae (Walker)(Hemiptera: Aphididae).
  24. The phenology of the emergence of brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae Winn.) and its infestation of spring oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L.).
  25. A non-linear function to describe the response of percentage nitrogen in grain to applied nitrogen fertiliser.
  26. Characterization of two chlorophyll b -deficient, azide-derived mutants of Hordeum vulgare cv. Maris Mink.
  27. A comparison of nitrogen fixation in genotypes of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) using N-isotope dilution.
  28. Difference methods in qualitative and quantitative powder diffraction analysis.
  29. Exposure of farm workers to fungi and actinomycetes while harvesting cereal crops and handling stored grain.
  30. The effect of two ammonium propionate formulations on growth in vitro of Aspergillus species from hay.
  31. The influence of irradiation or autoclaving of maize seeds on growth and aflatoxin production by Aspergillus flavus .
  32. The influence of water and temperature on the growth of fungi causing spoilage of stored products.
  33. Herbicide behaviour in soils.
  34. Effect of low volume copper sprays with polyisobutene sticker on mango blossom blight (Glomerella cingulata ) in Dominica.
  35. Recent applications of computer mapping.
  36. Restricted randomization : a practical example.
  37. Discussion of What is an analysis of variance? by T.P. Speed.
  38. The biochemical and molecular genetics of barley seed proteins.
  39. Measurement of N2-fixation in field-grown pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] using 15N-labelled fertilizer.
  40. Effects of soil organic matter on yields of crops in long-term experiments at Rothamsted and Woburn.
  41. Taxonomic problems arising from a rapid identification system for aphids.
  42. Dissemination and agricultural use of aphid monitoring data.
  43. Monitoring aphids to assess spread of potato virus Y.
  44. A novel hatching bioassay for cyst nematodes.
  45. Modelling the turnover of organic matter in long-term experiments at Rothamsted.
  46. Nitrogen advice for cereals: present realities and future possibilities
  47. Resistance and tolerance
  48. A method for assessing the natural control of cyst nematode populations.
  49. Modification of porespace by tillage in two stagnogley soils with contrasting management histories.
  50. Palaeosols
  51. Recent advances in plant electroporation.
  52. Amino acid homologies suggest functions for pathogenesis-related proteins.
  53. The effect of barley yellow dwarf virus on the amino acid composition of spring wheat.
  54. The elucidation of soil pattern in the Wyre Forest of the West Midlands, England. I. Multivariate distribution.
  55. The elucidation of soil pattern in the Wyre Forest of the West Midlands, England. II. Spatial distribution.
  56. Structure and regulation of expression of seed proteins in barley.
  57. The effect of cultivar used as host for Polymyxa graminis on the multiplication and transmission of barley yellow mosaic virus (BaYMV).
  58. The effect of irrigation on powdery scab and other tuber diseases of potatoes.
  59. Comparison of the effects of spring applications of ammonium chloride and other nitrogen fertilizers on take-all in winter wheat.
  60. Modulation and direction of the electrofusion response in plant protoplasts.
  61. Mechanics of root elongation and the effects of 3,5-diiodo-4-hydroxybenzoic acid (DIHB)
  62. A random-walk model for dispersion of heavy particles in turbulent air flow.
  63. Formulae for calculating water flow in macro-pores in soil.
  64. A survey of the incidence and control of soil over-compaction problems on Scottish farms.
  65. Effects of nitrate nutrition on chloroplast composition and photosynthetic activities in wheat.
  66. The phenology of the emergence of brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae Winn.) and its infestation of winter oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L.)
  67. The fate of carbon in dying tillers of winter wheat.
  68. Thermal and mechanical instabilities in the alignment of Bragg-Brentano parafocussing powder diffractometers.
  69. Temperature dependence of domain walls in LaNBO4 and their relation to the spontaneous strain.
  70. Chromosome variation in dividing protoplasts and cell suspensions of wheat.
  71. Chemical control of stem nematode, Ditylenchus dipsaci , in field beans (Vicia faba ).
  72. Observations on the distribution of potato cyst-nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida on two fenland potato farms.
  73. Phloem translocation of weak acids in Ricinum communis .
  74. Physico-chemical factors affecting uptake by roots and translocation to shoots of weak acids in barley.
  75. Phloem translocation of non-ionised chemicals in Ricinum communis .
  76. Differential rate of selection for resistance by carbamate, organophosphorus and combined pyrethroid and organophosphorus insecticides in Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae).
  77. The efficacy of sex-attractant monitoring for the pea moth, Cydia nigricana , in England, 1980-1985.
  78. The interactions of potato cyst nematodes and Verticillium dahliae on early and maincrop potato cultivars.
  79. Characterization and genetic control of the prolamins of Haynaldia villosa : relationship to cultivated species of the Triticeae (rye, wheat and barley).
  80. A comparison of estimators of the ED50 in up-and-down experiments.
  81. Age and origin of clayey silt 'brickearth' in west London, England.
  82. Immunochemical relationships of the prolamin storage proteins of barley, wheat, rye and oats.
  83. Aphid trapping to forecast virus disease.
  84. The effect of drought on barley yield and water use in two contrasting years.
  85. The conformations of wheat gluten proteins, II Aggregated gliadins and low molecular weight subunits of glutenin.
  86. Nucleotide sequence of barley chymotrypsin inhibitor-2 (CI-2) and its expression in normal and high-lysine barley.
  87. The growth and yield of winter wheat following ten years of continuous ploughing, shallow-tine cultivation or direct drilling on a non-calcareous clay soil.
  88. Yield limiting factors and their correlation in the systems of agriculture.
  89. Tracer techniques for the comparison of sprayer performance.
  90. Zinc, copper and nickel concentrations in soil extracts and crops grown on four soils treated with metal-loaded sewage sludges.
  91. Male-produced aggregation pheromone in pea and bean weevil, Sitona lineatus (L.)
  92. Effects of radiation and temperature on tiller survival, grain number and grain yield in winter wheat
  93. Genetic systems in plant pathogenic nematodes and their hosts.
  94. Retrospective analysis of an archived soil collection. I. Metals.
  95. Comparison of row and broadcast treatments with oxamyl of winter oilseed rape infected by brassica cyst nematode
  96. Measurement of microbial biomass in soil.RESP-09819
  97. The role and importance of potassium in the agricultural systems of the humid tropics: the way forward.
  98. Paleosols in Quaternary research.
  99. Long Slade Bottom, New Forest: prehistoric farming and colluvial history
  100. A survey of the sulphur content of wheat grown in Britain
  101. Applications of computer modelling to predict mineral nitrogen in soil and nitrogen in crops.
  102. Changes in the mineralogy of a cultivated marsh soil caused by simulated weathering.
  103. Soil respiration and the measurement of microbial biomass C by the fumigation technique in fresh and in air-dried soil.
  104. Synthesis and insecticidal activity of lipophilic amides. Part 3: Influence of chain length and terminal group in N -(2-methylpropyl)-2, 4-dienamides.
  105. Synthesis and insecticidal activity of lipophilic amides. Part 2: Effect of heteroatom replacements and of introducing methyl groups in the pentadiene system.
  106. Synthesis and insecticidal activity of lipophilic amides. Part 1: Introductory survey, and discovery of an active synthetic compound.
  107. The influence of physico-chemical properties of pesticides on uptake and translocation following foliar application.
  108. Adenylate energy charge in metal-contaminated soil.
  109. Effects of a range of fungicides used to control rust (Uromyces viciae-fabae) on spring-sown field beans (Vicia faba) in the UK
  110. The effect of abscisic acid on cell turgor pressures, solute content and growth of wheat roots.
  111. Measurement of photosynthesis and photorespiration in the field.
  112. Adenylate energy charge measurements in soil.
  113. Measurement of soil microbial biomass provides an early indication of changes in total soil organic matter due to straw incorporation.
  114. Deposition of Erisyphe graminis conidia on a barley crop. II. Consequences for spore dispersal.
  115. Deposition of Erisyphe graminis conidia on a barley crop. I. Sedimentation and impaction.
  116. Spore dispersal and plant disease gradients; a comparison between two empirical models.
  117. Control of beet cyst-nematode, Heterodera schachtii , by aldicarb applied to the soil by a vertical band-reciprocating harrow technique or by rotary cultivation.
  118. Computerized quality control, statistics and regional mapping of the concentrations of trace and major elements in the soil of England and Wales.
  119. Cellular responses of three susceptible cultivars of potato to invasion by the juveniles of Globodera pallida .
  120. Nitrate nutrition and temperature effects on wheat : enzyme composition, nitrate and total amino acid content of leaves
  121. Nitrate nutrition and temperature effects on wheat : photosynthesis and photorespiration of leaves
  122. The influence of air access on the water movement down soil profiles with impeding layers.
  123. Principles of the cold hardiness and overwintering survival of aphids.
  124. Lead, zinc, cadmium, copper and nickel concentrations in the topsoils of England and Wales.
  125. Interaction forces between soil particles: shear moduli of the < 2 μm size fraction
  126. Micro-organisms in the air of cotton mills.
  127. Changes in population structure of carbendazim-resistant eyespot in wheat and barley between spring and summer 1984.
  128. Airborne micro-organisms in refuse disposal facilities.
  129. Measurement of aerosols generated in a sugar beet factory.
  130. Airborne fungus spores in outdoor air.
  131. Airborne spores in the farm environment and respiratory disease.
  132. The immunochemical relationships of prolamins of temperate meadow grasses and cereals.
  133. Calculation of splash droplet trajectories.
  134. Correct timing of N fertiliser applications for the beet crop.
  135. Comparison between the seminal and nodal root systems of winter wheat in their activity for N and K uptake.
  136. Mapping soil fertility at Broom's Barn by simple kriging.
  137. The effects of pH and soil type on concentrations of zinc, copper and nickel extracted by calcium chloride from sewage sludge-treated soils.
  138. One-way blocks in two-way layouts.
  139. Valid randomization.
  140. The state of activation of ribulose-1,5-biphosphate carboxylase in wheat leaves.
  141. Spore dispersal gradients and disease development.
  142. Estimating guild sizes.
  143. Some preliminary observations on treatments which increase and decrease the stability of beta-carotene in preserved, moist leaf protein.
  144. Identification of an aphid sex pheromone.
  145. Estimating the variability of unsaturated soil hydraulic conductivity using simple equations.
  146. Barley mutants lacking glutamine synthetase - biochemical and genetic analysis.
  147. Amounts of NO3-N and NH4-N in soil, from autumn to spring, under winter wheat and their relationship to soil type, sowing date, previous crop and N uptake at Rothamsted, Woburn and Saxmundham, 1979-85.
  148. Tests of nitrification and of urease inhibitors, when applied with either solid or aqueous urea, on grass grown on a light sandy soil.
  149. Survey of enzyme variation in British populations of Myzus persicae (Sulzer)(Hemiptera: Aphididae) on crops and weed hosts.
  150. Studies on the population dynamics and fungal parasitism of Heterodera schachtii in soil from a sugar-beet monoculture.
  151. The mechanics of cracking of drying clay.
  152. Somatic hybridization of amino acid analogue-resistant cell lines of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) by electrofusion.
  153. Genstat 5 : an introduction.
  154. The role of pathogenesis-related proteins.
  155. Effects of radiation and temperature on tiller survival, grain number and grain yield in winter wheat.
  156. Mineral nutrition.
  157. Soluble carbohydrates of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.
  158. The effects of anions on PPi-dependent proton transport in tonoplast vesicles from oat roots.
  159. Understanding tonoplast function : some emerging problems.
  160. Distribution of potassium between vacuole and cytoplasm in response to potassium deficiency.
  161. Osmotic factors affecting the mobilisation of sucrose from vacuoles of red beet storage tissue.
  162. Influence of plant genotypes on mycorrhizal infection : response of three pea cultivars.
  163. A cloned DNA fragment specific to G. pallida .
  164. Serological variability among BYDV isolates from some countries of the Middle East and North Africa.
  165. The effect of various herbicides on hatch and invasion of Globodera rostochiensis .
  166. Variates between isolates of the nematophagous fungus, Verticillium chlamydosporium .
  167. The influence of pretreatment of maize seeds by irradiation or autoclaving on growth and aflatoxin production by Aspergillus flavus .
  168. Trehalase and glycogen phosphorylase activities during periodic fruiting of Agaricus bisporus .
  169. The 5' flanking DNA of a patatin gene directs tuber specific expression of a chimaeric gene in potato.
  170. Tonoplast energization : two H+-pumps, one membrane.
  171. Irreversible inhibition of H+-ATPase of higher plant tonoplast by chaotropic anions : evidence for peripheral location of nucleotide-binding subunits.
  172. Purification of the N,N'-dicyclohexylbarbodiimide-binding proteolipid of a higher plant tonoplast H+-ATPase.
  173. Genetic transformation in two potato cultivars with T-DNA from disarmed Agrobacterium
  174. Suspension and protoplast culture of hexaploid wheat.
  175. Molecular properties of pyrophosphate : fructose 6-phosphate phosphotransferase from potato tuber.
  176. Structure and regulation of expression of seed protein genes in barley.
  177. Relative stability among barley plants regenerated from cultured immature embryos
  178. Heritable somaclonal variation in wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum)
  179. Preparation of tonoplast vesicles : applications to H+-coupled secondary transport in plant vacuoles.
  180. Soil compaction and regeneration.
  181. Tuber-specific manipulation in potato.
  182. Expression of barley chymotrypsin inhibitor genes.
  183. Biochemical and molecular genetics of nitrogen assimilation and re-assimilation in barley.
  184. The roles of glutamine synthetase and glutamate synthase in nitrogen metabolism of higher plants.
  185. Dividing protoplasts of wheat and their use for introducing foreign genes.
  186. H+-coupled transport at the plasma membrane and tonoplast.
  187. Structure/function partitioning of tonoplast H+-ATPase.
  188. Tonoplast vesicles : a model system for the study of h+-coupled transport.
  189. Wash-activated Na+/H+ exchange in tonoplast vesicles from Beta vulgaris storage root disks
  190. Differential susceptibilities of tonoplast ATPase and PPase to irreversible inhibition by chaotropic anions.
  191. A third-category and a fourth-category H+-phosphohydrolase at the tonoplast.
  192. Controlling differentiation and endogenous growth regulator content by means of genetic transformations.
  193. Genetic manipulation in potato using Agrobacterium .
  194. Polymorphism of barley seed proteins and their genes as markers for linked characters on chromosome 5.
  195. Plant vacuolar ATPases and pyrophosphatases.
  196. Role of ABA in the regulation of gene expression during cereal embryogenesis.
  197. Studies on gene transfer into cereals.
  198. Rubisco : its role in photorespiration.
  199. Cytology of wheat suspensions and cultured protoplasts.
  200. Cell and molecular biology : what do they have in store for the grain trade?
  201. Potato protoplasts and tissue culture in crop improvement
  202. Properties of Rubisco in relation to the control of photorespiration.
  203. Production and characterisation of somatic hybrids of potato (Solanum sp.).
  204. The application of cell biological techniques to crop improvement.
  205. Use of protoplast fusion and somaclonal, variation in potato breeding.
  206. A microcomputer-based system for the recording and analysis of fluorescence transients from membrane vesicles.
  207. Selection strategies for isolation of nitrate uptake deficient mutants in barley.
  208. Selection screen for novel photorespiration mutants of barley.
  209. Electrofusion and electroporation of crop plant protoplasts.
  210. Barley photorespiration mutants.
  211. The structure of the naturally occurring inhibitor of rubisco that accumulates in the chloroplast in the dark is 2'-carboxyarabinitol-1-phosphate.
  212. Seed-specific expression of a B-hordein gene in transgenic tobacco plants.
  213. Chromosome variation in regenerated plants.
  214. A study on the effect of different initial culture media on chromosome stability of Solanum tuberosum cv. Maris Bard protoplast derived regenerants.
  215. The structure of cereal seed storage proteins.
  216. Isolation, culture and morphogenesis from wheat protoplasts and study of expression of DNA constructs by direct gene transfer.
  217. Transient expression of genes electroporated into protoplasts of cultivated and wild potato.
  218. Electrofusion and electroporation of sugar beet protoplasts.
  219. Electroporation of tobacco protoplasts as a model system to study plant gene expression.
  220. Characterization of multiple forms of potato tuber phosphofructokinase.
  221. Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of wheat gluten.
  222. Variation in photosynthetic characteristics among Triticum species and attempts to exploit it in breeding.
  223. Characterisation of proteins and genes determining barley feed quality.
  224. Response of the components of sugar beet leaf water potential to a drying soil profile.
  225. Effect of drought on growth and water use of sugar beet.
  226. Comparison of the effects on eyespot in wheat of fungicides applied to the foliage or shoot bases at different times.
  227. A manual of crop experimentation.
  228. Principles and practice of nematode control in crops.
  229. The detection of PR-1 type proteins in various plant species by immunoelectroblotting.
  230. Efficacy and stability of sex attractant lures for Cydia medicaginis (Kuzn.)
  231. Distribution, host range and some properties of a virus disease of sunflower in Kenya.
  232. Management of resistance to pesticides in cotton pests
  233. Changes in malathion resistance with age in Anopheles stephensi from Pakistan.
  234. More on wing mounts.
  235. Hypersensitive reaction in Petunia . I. Protein changes in the intercellular fluid from P. axillaris cv. 'M' leaves inoculated with TMV.
  236. Juvenile hormone-like activity of (E) -B-farnesene derivatives.
  237. Field attraction of the photosensitive propheromone to the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L).
  238. Variation between strains of the nematophagous fungus, Verticillium chlamydosporium Goddard. I. Factors affecting growth in vitro.
  239. Variation between strains of the nematophagous fungus, Verticillium chlamydosporium Goddard. II. Factors affecting parasitism of cyst nematode eggs.
  240. Studies of fungicide resistance in Pyrenopeziza brassicae , cause of light leaf spot disease of oilseed rape and other brassicas.
  241. Characterization of the structure-activity relationship of kdr and two variants of super-kdr to pyrethroids in the housefly (Musca domestica L. )
  242. Synthesis and insecticidal activity of lipophilic amides. Part 6: 6-(Disubstituted-phenyl)hexa-2,4-dienamides.
  243. Synthesis and insecticidal activity of lipophilic amides. Part 5: Influence on activity of varying the substituent on nitrogen.
  244. Synthesis and insecticidal activity of lipophilic amides. Part 4: The effect of substituents on the phenyl group of 6-phenylhexa-2,4-dienamides.
  245. Plant-derived syndergists of the alarm pheromone from the turnip aphid, Lipaphis (Hydaphis) erysimi (Homoptera, Aphididae).
  246. Effectiveness of different spraying systems in winter wheat and biological effects on target and non-target organisms.
  247. Laboratory observations on the effect of humidity on the persistence of infectivity of conidia of the aphid pathogen Erynia neoaphidis .
  248. GC analysis of chiral insect pheromones. (Abstract of paper presented at Chirality in Chemical Crop Protection , London, 1986.
  249. Accurate estimation of invertebrate density in cereals.
  250. Taxonomy and phylogeny of cyst nematodes.
  251. Fitness of insecticide resistance.
  252. White-spotted Pug (Eupithecia tripunctaria H.-S.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Cardiganshire.
  253. Early records of Eupithecia tenuiata Hubn. (Slender Pug) in Inverness-shire.
  254. Cleora conctaria D & S. (Lep.: Geometridae), the Ringed Carpet in Dumfries-shire.
  255. Chloroclystis chloerata Mab. (the Sloe Pug) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Leicestershire.
  256. Butterfly records from the Isle of Wight, 1985.
  257. Properties and synthesis of ribulose 1,5-biphosphate carboxylase large subunit binding protein in Hordeum vulgare. PhD thesis, University of Warwick
  258. Factors limiting yield of winter oilseed rape.
  259. Rationalizing pesticide use in the United Kingdom for the control of barley yellow dwarf virus.
  260. Development of plant-derived antifeedants for crop protection.
  261. Development of the oviposition attractant pheromone for control of Culex sp. mosquitoes.
  262. Physiology of hatching.
  263. The behaviour of chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron in soils in relation to incidents of injury to sugar beet.
  264. Chirality in pyrethroids - synthetic aspects (Abstract of paper presented at Chirality in Chemical Crop Protection , London, 1986.
  265. Biological control
  266. An assessment of the role of parasites and predators in the regulation of cyst nematode populations.
  267. Analysis of chiral pyrethroids, and the relationship between chirality and biological activity. (Abstract of paper presented at Chirality in Chemical Crop Protection , London, 1986.
  268. Control of potato diseases with fungicides applied to seed tubers.
  269. Mist opportunities.
  270. Novel chemicals and their formulation for aphid control.
  271. The role of biotechnology in limiting the impact of insecticide resistance.
  272. Strain differentiation of barley yellow dwarf virus isolates using specific monoclonal antibodies in immunosorbent electron microscopy (ISEM).
  273. Definition, detection and documentation of insecticide resistance.
  274. Selectivity and resistance to non-ester pyrethroids and N -alkylamides in houseflies (Musca domestica L.).
  275. Laboratory simulation of selection for resistance.
  276. In search of species and pathotype-specific DNA sequences of Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida .
  277. The epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf in Europe.
  278. Direct testing of individual aphids for barley yellow dwarf virus by ELISA.
  279. Situation review of barley yellow dwarf in Britain.
  280. The association between acute paralysis virus and Varroa jacobsoni .
  281. Molecular cloning of beet cryptic virus ds RNA.
  282. Insecticide resistance, parasites and the circadian flight activity of mosquitoes. PhD thesis, LSHTM
  283. The ecological genetics of insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae. PhD thesis, Imperial College, University of London
  284. Yield limiting factors and their correlation in the systems of agriculture.
  285. Suppression of nitrogen fixation in clover on soil contaminated with heavy metals.
  286. Ferredoxin-glutamate synthase from barley leaves - purification and properties.
  287. Studies on the developmental regulation of glutamine synthetase genes in Phaseolus vulgaris .
  288. Regulation of nitrogen and carbon metabolism in wheat by nitrate supply and temperature.
  289. Flag leaf photosynthesis does not increase in proportion to ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase with large nitrate supply.
  290. The transport of nitrate and other anions in isolated tonoplast vesicles from oat roots.
  291. Some consequences of expressing total nitrogen concentrations in plants on the basis of tissue water.
  292. Efficiency of use of spring-applied nitrogen in arable agriculture.
  293. Comparative studies of medium endophytes forming VA-mycorrhizae.
  294. VAM spore germination and hyphal growth in vitro - prospects for axenic culture.
  295. Gel electrophoresis for identification of VAM fungi.
  296. Genstat 5 reference manual.
  297. Interaction of water with clay mineral surfaces.
  298. Chemical constitution of clays.
  299. Chemistry of clays and clay minerals .
  300. Application of gel-electrophoresis to the study of cereal aphid parasitoids.
  301. Molecular analysis of the patatin gene family of potato ( Solanum tuberosum L.).
  302. Effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas on the carbon and phosphorus physiology of Allium species. PhD thesis, Rothamsted Experimental Station, CNAA
  303. Analysis of crack pattern in clay soil.
  304. Protein deposition in developing barley endosperm.
  305. Sharp eyespot disease of cereals.
  306. Leaf protein and its by-products in human and animal nutrition.
  307. Improvement of the processing properties of British crops by genetic engineering.
  308. Effects of mutant genes on the synthesis of storage components in developing barley endosperms.
  309. Methods for the analysis of cereal prolamins.
  310. Natural infection of the cereal aphid Metopolophium dirhodum with a fungus in Syria.
  311. The present status and future developments in the Rothamsted Insect Survey.
  312. The assessment of partial resistance of potato clones to cyst nematodes at six test centres
  313. The specific effects of roots on the regeneration of soil structure.
  314. Effects of potato genotype, oxamyl and the numbers of potato cyst-nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida on tuber yields and nematode increase.
  315. Observations on the control of potato cyst-nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida in 35 English potato soils in pots by oxamyl and resistant potatoes.
  316. Introduction and expression of foreign genes in cereals.
  317. Fertilizer use efficiency Maximising fertiliser efficiency by overcoming constraints to crop growth.
  318. The permeability of electroporated cells and protoplasts of sugar beet.
  319. Electrofusion of biochemically well-characterised nitrate reductase deficient Nicotiana plumbaginifolia mutants. Studies on optimization and complementation.
  320. The physiological and molecular basis for increased production of biomass at low temperatures : screening plant responses.
  321. Transient gene expression in electroporated protoplasts and intact cells of sugar beet.
  322. The nitrogen and sulphur nutrition of wheat and its effect on the composition and baking quality of the grain.
  323. Management of cereal aphid (Hemiptera : Aphididae) populations and their natural enemies in winter wheat by alterante strip spraying with a selective insecticide.
  324. Weed beet : past, present and future.
  325. Principles of granular nematicide placement for temperate field crops.
  326. Physico-chemical properties and pesticide placement.
  327. A cultivation strategy to deal with weed beet.
  328. Management of headlands on beet fields.
  329. Rhizomania in England. An account of the first recorded outbreak.
  330. Recent developments in sugar-beet seed treatments.
  331. Comparison of application methods for aphicides on sugar beet and swedes
  332. Beet cyst nematode (Heterodera schachtii Schmidt) and its control on sugar beet.
  333. Effect of dodecanoic acid on the colonisation of sugar beet by aphids and the secondary spread of virus yellows.
  334. Prolamin subunit interactions in hexaploid and octaploid triticales and their wheat and rye parents.
  335. The HrdF (Hor 5) locus encodes gamma-type hordeins.
  336. Mapping and biochemical analysis of the Hor4 (HrdG) locus encoding B hordein-like polypeptides.
  337. Primary structure and differential expression of beta-amylase in normal and mutant barleys.
  338. The 'loess' section at Borden, Kent, SE England.
  339. Agricultural viewdata services in Britain and the role of Rothamsted as an information provider.
  340. Conversion from Genstat 4 to Genstat 5.
  341. Scientific socities. Part 1. Adapt or die.
  342. Retrieval of data stored in a neutron moisture meter using a portable microcomputer.
  343. Hatching agents as stimulants of movement of Globodera rostochiensis juveniles.
  344. 13C solution and solid state nuclear magnetic resonance study of wheat gluten.
  345. Model studies of wheat gluten elasticity.
  346. The nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences of an HMW glutenin subunit gene from chromosome 1B of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L. ), and comparison with those of genes from chromosome 1A and 1D.
  347. Effects of waterlogging on microbial biomass in soil. Part I. Changes in ATP contents and AEC.
  348. ATP and adenylate energy charge measurements in soil.
  349. Flight periodicity and infestation size of Sitona lineatus .
  350. A model of the distribution of disaggregated soil particles by rainsplash.
  351. Relative contributions of sedimentation and impaction to deposition of particles in a crop canopy.
  352. Identification of the virus-induced protein of tobacco leaves that resembles the sweet-protein thaumatin
  353. Improved isolation of dihaploid solanum tubersoum protoplasts and the production of somatic hybrids between dihaploid S. tuberosum and S. brevidens
  354. Estimating hydraulic conductivity values from ring infiltrometer measurements.
  355. Clove tree yields in the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba.
  356. Introduction to ordination techniques.
  357. A team approach to oilseed rape research.
  358. Assessing environmental change by monitoring moth populations.
  359. Recovery of 15N-labelled urea applied to the foliage of winter wheat.
  360. Factorial dispersion models.
  361. Recent advances in our understanding of cereal seed protein structure and functionality.
  362. The Entomophthorales-problems relative to their masss production and their utilisation.
  363. Variation in the development of stem nematodes, Ditylenchus dipsaci , in susceptible and resistant crop plants
  364. The regulation of turgor pressure during sucrose mobilisation and salt accumulation by excised storage-root tissue of red beet.
  365. Is there a nitrate/H+ symport at the tonoplast?
  366. The usefulness of expressing nitrogen concentrations in crops on the basis of tissue water.
  367. Retrospective analysis of an archived soil collection. II. Cadmium.
  368. Effects of mutant genes on the synthesis of storage components in developing barley endosperms
  369. Numerical classification of thermophilic streptomycetes
  370. Effects of delaying fungicide treatment and of curing and chlorpropham on the incidence of skin spot on stored potato tubers.
  371. An economical unit for pressing juice from fibrous pulps.
  372. Some characteristics of anion transport at the tonoplast of oat roots, determined from the effects of anions on pyrophosphate-dependent proton transport.
  373. Studies of the distribution of yellowing viruses in the sugar beet root crop from 1981 to 1984.
  374. Caterpillars which feed on sugar-beet foliage.
  375. The ecological requirements of Polymyxa betae .
  376. Rhizomania in Europe - an article based on the July meeting of the SBREC.
  377. USA Beet production in the 1980's - the crisis in Colorado.
  378. Effects of weed beet on crop yield and processability.
  379. Variation in annual and regional damage to sugar beet by pygmy beetle (Atomaria linearis ).
  380. USA Beet production in the 1980's - the response to the challenge in the red river valley.
  381. Powdery mildew - a problem of the past?
  382. Irrigation of sugar beet - a survey.
  383. Experimenta to determine the optimum advancement treatment for sugar beet seed.
  384. Crop protection in the future : a report of the 1986 British Crop Protection Conference.
  385. Virus yellows - past scourge, future threat?
  386. Nomenclature of Saccharopolyspora erythraea Labeda 1987 and Streptomyces erythraeus (Waksman 1923) Waksman and Henrici 1948, and proposals for the alternative epithet Streptomyces labedae sp. nov.
  387. Methods of applying fungicide sprays to potato tubers and description and use of a prototype electrostatic sprayer.
  388. Direct observation of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in fresh unstained roots.
  389. Effectiveness of single and multiple inocula on growth of clover and strawberry plants at two soil pHs.
  390. Effects of spraying mefluidide onto potato foliage.
  391. Structural chemistry of soil minerals: the way forward.
  392. Some effects of soil type and weather on the yield variability of wheat.
  393. Multidisciplinary, multifactorial trials on winter oilseed rape: pest and disease factors limiting yield in 1984-85
  394. Will Europe return to fallowing?
  395. Reducing nitrate pollution.
  396. Straw incorporation and its implications for crop protection and wildlife.
  397. Non-fertilizer inputs of nitrogen to arable and grassland systems.
  398. Long-term effects of contaminants in soils.
  399. Long-term studies of metal transfers following application of sewage sludge.
  400. Long-term biological effects of metals after applications of sewage sludge.
  401. Uptake of sulphur following foliar applications of elemental sulphur.
  402. Le soufre en Grande-Bretagne.
  403. Long-term biological effects of applying metal-contaminated sewage sludge to soil.
  404. The effect of pH on zinc adsorption equilibria and exchangeable zinc pools in soils.
  405. Nitrogen - maximising benefits and minimising problems.
  406. New families of frequency distributions that describe repeated animal samples.
  407. Biotechnology and improvement of feeds. Symposium on 'Application of Biotechnology to Livestock Production'.
  408. Improving cereal feed quality by genetic engineering.
  409. Biomass production - overcoming limitations of low temperature
  410. Characterization of homologous inhibitors of trypsin and alpha-amylase from seeds of rye (Secale cereale L.)
  411. Soils and vegetation history of abandoned enclosures in the New Forest, Hampshire, England.
  412. Some factors affecting the toxicity of poisons to the slug Deroceras reticulatum (Muller)(Pulmonata: Limacidae).
  413. Microbial biomass measurements in forest soils : determination of kc values and tests of hypotheses to explain the failure of the chloroform fumigation-incubation method in acid soils.
  414. An extraction method for measuring soil microbial biomass C
  415. Microbial biomass measurements in forest soils : the use of the chloroform-incubation method in strongly acid soils.
  416. Discrimination problems for satellite images
  417. A multiple homogenizer for rapid sample preparation in immunoassays and electrophoresis.
  418. Effects of the Devensian cold stage on soil characteristics and distribution in eastern England.
  419. The structure of a high-M r subunit of durum-wheat (Triticum durum) gluten.
  420. The influence of water and temperature on moulding and mycotoxin production.
  421. Biochemical studies of organophosphorus and carbamate resistance in houseflies and aphids.
  422. Feeding of Limothrips cerealum (Hal.): the mouthparts, their action, and effects on plant tissue.
  423. Effect of time sampling, method of isolation and age of nematode on the species of fungi isolated from females of Heterodera schachtii and H. avenae .
  424. Varying efficiency in a group of people sampling cabbage plants for aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae).
  425. The absorption and physiological roles of P and K in the sugar beet plant with reference to the functions of Na and Mg.
  426. Variations in properties of ribulose-1,5-bis phosphate carboxylase from various species related to differences in amino acid sequences.
  427. Biological nitrogen transformations in soil after repeated application of nitrification inhibitors.
  428. Effects of nitrate and ammonium on wheat roots in gnotobiotic culture: amino acids, cortical cell death and take-all (caused by Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici)
  429. Dimlington.
  430. Sewerby.
  431. The Quaternary of East Yorkshire and adjacent areas.
  432. The tensile stress generated in clay through drying.
  433. Causes of crop patterns in eastern England.
  434. An analysis of morphological development stages in Avalon winter wheat crops with different sowing dates and at ten sites in England and Scotland.
  435. Thrips - a microcosm of the Insecta or beyond the fringe(s).
  436. Cultivating our wild relations.
  437. Pathogenicity to wheat seedlings of wheat-type and rye-type isolates of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides.
  438. The pollination of lupins.
  439. Stimulation by Hyphopichia burtonii and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens of aflatoxin production by Aspergillus flavus in irradiated maize and rice grains.
  440. Nitrate nutrition and temperature effects on wheat : soluble components of leaves and carbon fluxes to amino acids and sucrose
  441. Variation in eyespot populations : a field study.
  442. Practice and progress in pest forecasting.
  443. Range of action of moth sex-attractant sources.
  444. Evaluation of a nitrogen leaching/mineralization model for sugar beet.
  445. A function for describing nitrogen uptake, dry matter production and rooting by wheat crops.
  446. Computer simulation of changes in soil mineral nitrogen and crop nitrogen during autumn, winter and spring.
  447. Iterative improvement of a power transformation to stabilise variance.
  448. Changes in cell structure in roots of resistant potatoes parasitized by potato cyst nematodes. 2. Potatoes with resistance derived from Solanum vernei .
  449. Seepage from channels and ponds with impervious boundary walls extending below floor level.
  450. Interaction of water activity, temperature and substrate on mycotoxin production by Aspergillus flavus , Penicillium viridicatum and Fusarium graminearum in irradiated grains.
  451. Airborne gram negative bacteria associated with the handling of domestic waste.
  452. Interactions between Globodera pallida juveniles, Verticillium dahliae and three potato cultivars, with descriptions of associated histopathologies.
  453. Potassium in the agricultural systems of the humid tropics. An introduction to the Colloquium.
  454. The effect of insect pollination on plant development and seed production in winter oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L.).
  455. A method for predicting the efficiency of incomplete-block trials.
  456. Multiplication and persistence of Acholeplasma spp. in leafhoppers.
  457. First record of the natural occurrence in England of the telemorph of Pyrenopeziza brassicae on oilseed rape
  458. A pedal-assisted unit for making leaf juice.
  459. An analysis of primordium initiation in Avalon winter wheat crops with different sowing dates and at nine sites in England and Scotland
  460. This week's citation classic.
  461. Effect of contrasting tillage procedures on the emergence of onions in relation to measured physical properties of seed beds.
  462. A male produced aggregation pheromone in the pea and bean weevil, Sitona lineatus (L.)
  463. The effects of level of winter feeding and buffer feeding during the grazing season on the milk production of January/February calving dairy cows
  464. The effect of subsequent management on the success of introducing white clover to an existing sward
  465. Reseeding?
  466. Recent developments in grassland production
  467. Perspectives for changes in the productivity and utilization of grassland in the northern countries of the European Community
  468. Microbiological assay of blood serum for the vitamin B12 status of dairy cows
  469. Introduction - Science and better use of grassland
  470. Grassland into the twenty-first century
  471. Effect of grazing severity on grass utilization and milk production of rotationally grazed dairy cows
  472. Continuously-grazed swards - response to fertilizer-N
  473. Beef production from permanent grassland in Britain